Cladding is well underway for Rush University Medical Center’s new 10-story cancer and neuroscience center at 850 W Jackson Boulevard. The project is named after Joan and Paul Rubschlager, whose donation not only helped fund its construction, but is also the largest in the institution’s history.
A zoning ordinance was approved last month for 2510 W George Street in Avondale, allowing the planned four-story residential building to proceed. Planned by Thomas Plunkett, the project will include four total units, a rooftop deck, a stairway/elevator enclosure, and an attached four-car garage. Currently, the property is occupied by a vacant lot. The now-approved ordinance requested a reduction of the required rear setback from 30 feet to zero feet.
Foundation work is underway for a mixed-use retail and senior living project known as Clarendale Six Corners, filed under 4715 W Irving Park Road in Portage Park. This development will cover just over a quarter of a four-acre development project known as The Point at Six Corners.
Exterior work is nearing completion on the fourth building of PLSN Condos, located at 816-832 W Cullerton Street in Pilsen. Located along W Cullerton Street, the site is between S Halsted Street and S Peoria Street. Public 2 LLC is the developer behind the project.
Construction permits have been issued for a three-story residential building located at 2606 W Chicago Avenue in West Town. Owned by Gerard Coyle, the new development will house six total units, and come with an additional rooftop deck and a six-car garage with its own rooftop deck. The site is currently occupied by a larger single-story masonry building, though it is unclear how much of the property the new structure will occupy.